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Toys. Fire Works, Autograph and Photograph Albums,
Harps, D;h , an dies; Gold Pens, &c. Box Paper, Acconleoiis, -Presents .and Mew Yee-r Presents in 13 -Ij&JJLiZS Prices zxi-o TOWE!! 1 11:121 woio ever o1IVmoc1 in BOLIVAR befaro. Ifon are cordially invited to visit my Drug Store trliilo in Eoiivar. ITcn will tewelccmcd and v.iil "be treated nicely. Uibl V x '1 TT KTTTT-KTT N I BOLIVAR. DECEUDEll 10, IS SO. ILLINOIS CENTRAL TIivTE CARD. GOING SOUTH. Fncigr No. 1 7 04, si. m. f Miiger No. 3 4 18 p. m. Lal Daily Except Sunday 9 05 a.m GOING NORTH. Tmngr No. 23 32 a. m. PaenRr No. 4 9 48 a. in. Local, Daily Except Sunday 3 4 1 a. m The proceedings of the teachers institute held at Wesley Church last wek, were crowded out this week but will appear in our next. We are glad te be able t'i announce that the statement which appeared in the Avalanch, a frw tlays nj;o that Mr. ,M. D. McNeely was dead, it a mistake. Mr, McNeely ha? been uitc sick at his home in Fort Worth Texas, bit is now convalescing-. : lift 1 AVAG Will sell you more Holiday Goods, Toys, Candies, MOMEY than any HOUSE in Bolivar. Call and see the Beautiful Presents to be GrTVHN AW AX. iir. j . i. xiidieion, ot uran i i fc m- rm trill f 1 Junction- was in town on business on Monday last. Doll! Dolls!! Dolls,!!! at Hudson's Best ttock of Ladles and Gents Hose in town, at prices to suit, all at Wilsons. Boss Sr Hankins, the enterpris ing mill men ou the East aid? of the river, have furnished 100,000 feet of lirst-class lumber for the Asylum building during the last three montks. This demonstrates that it is unnecessary to send ofT for lumber. We should patronize our home industries; certainly when we can do as well here as elsswhere. Tu whom it may Concern: 1 will be iu my ofrice in Bolivar on the firt and third Saturdays in 'each month, aud at Toone on the second and fourth Saturdays. T. 8. A! INTER. Supt. of P ublic Schools Gus Willis, the 13 year old son of Mr. 5hed Willis, tf the 14th dis trict, who accidentally shot himself about the first ot the month while hunting, an account ef which ap. pea red in our last issue, has since died. This is auother evidence of the folly of allowing amall.boys to go Out with guns Some of our young bloods seemed to think it very smart to jell like Indians, turn over the chairs, and sdA-np as if they were trying to kn ck holes in the floor with their bee's, during the performances tins week at the Opera House. It is yery anno)iug to sensible people; it may t e smart, but very few think so, aud we notice that the intelligent and rellned do not engage in it. Bill Ingram, colored, accidentally shot himeii" with a idiot pun, on Mondav last, near Midd.eburfc, while iulb t hunting. He -ai leanii g forwiuu holding his gun by the bar-; ltd, and pulling it after him. when the hammer struck something and the gun was discharged. The load entered his right side just below and to the roar ot the nipple, and ranged upward. Dr, J. J. Neely. Jr. and Dr, G, W. Morrow haye been atten ding him. Ho is hi a very critical condition and his physicians think he will die. MrWllliam Hudson died onWed nesday evening last, about To'clock at the residence of his son-in-law aifi 1 Mr. John Coates. on Water - sreet about 60 years, after a linger ,ng illnfss of several weeks. Mr. Hudson was an old citizen of this comity, and a clever gentleman. He was one of the most pious and consciaucious men we ever knew, anda devout memberof the Methodist Church. He stated that lift was ready to die, and had no b ar as to (he future. His remains were mUrred in Union Cemetery yesterday. Bev. E. B. McSei', after con 8 illati' n with several of his i:im- b;rs dt-cided lot pospone indc fitiitly fie services of meetings at the Baptist Church appointed fortius week, n account of the bad weather. Bev. J. T. Christian, who was to do the preaching, cameos far as Cor inth, and rctiirte.l to West Point, M ies. Drs Gtwls at J. A. Wilson's at less lhan cod. Mr. W. A. Turner of LaGrange, was iu town yesterday. Dont forget to go to Hudson's to buy 3-our nice Christmas Presents. Hon. W. T. F. Thompson paid the Bulletin ofiico a pleasant visit on yesterday. Iludaons Drug ri:ore is full of pretty th;ns from "bottom to top''. Go and see it. Esqr. R. S. Carter got back from his farm in Tunica County, Miss, the first of this week. (.lo and see Hud-sons Drugstore Buy some Drugs and Toys from him. Oh! the beautiful Toys at Hudson's, 0:i last Tuesday morning the Government thermometer at this punt stood at 13 degrees abve zero, which wa3 the lowest it has register- I el this winter. Toys! Toys!! Toys!!! at Hudson's. Rev. C. D. HilUard, of Bolivar, and Miss Fannie M. Ashcral't, of Henderson, Tennete were marrie 1 , on l uesoay last at tna xueinooisc Churrh. in Henderson. JiVv. G. W. Wilson officiating. The happy couple left for J:ick-n to attend the Methodist Conference. The croom hns been pastor of the Methodist Church here during the lat two years, and made many friends in our midst, who wish him and his accomplished hi i le many years of unalloyed happiness. Tone up the nystem and iirprn-fe the appetite by t..king A tit's Srs apar.ila. It will irake yon feel like a new person Thorniiuls have found hea'tn. nnd releif from Hiiffei ing, by the u-e of thin great Wood purifier, when nil other means failed. The killing of yo ing Tom Dalton in 1 he rotunda of she Peabody Hotel in the city of Memphis, on Mouday last, by young Russell Godwin, son of Col. J. R. Godwin, of Memphis, was a very unfortunate affair. We know nothing of the diseased but ! we have known Rus?ell Godwin for several years, and he was a very epiiet, gentl? manly young naau. The reason alleged for the killing was, that the deceased had circulated certain slanderous reports against the character of the sister of young Godwin. The provocation must, indeed, have been great, to cause a voting man of the character and standing of Russell Godwin to so ruthlessly take human life. But greater provocation cannot be offered than to circulate false reports con cerning the chastity of an innocent. wennin? i hat is better calculated to set the brain of a brother on fire and to caue him to mercilessly slay the offender, than the circulation of false reports against the honor of hissisterf But it is a tearful thing to take human life under any cir cumstanccs- Here one young man t ithout a moments warning, has been hurled into eternity, and sorrow fills at least two households in consequence of this exceedingly unfortunate affair. A TTA CIIJIEXT JYO T1CB State of Tennessee, Hardeman Countv. B. V. Hudsm. vs. C. D. Moqu.n, Attachment, Before D. J. Newborn J. P. In th'n cause it appearing by affi davit which is s.orn to, that the defendant C. I). Moquin is justly indebted toB. V. Hudson by aa cuint in. the suiu of $169.50, and that the same is now due and unpaid and said C. D. Moquin has abscond ed po that the oi dinar y process of the law cannot be served on him, and an original attachment havii g been returned before me, levied on stock of paints, stock of" wall paper &c. . including ladders as the property of C. D. Moquin" It is ordered by me that tuibiieation be made in the ! Bolivar Bulletin, a newspaper pub lished m the town of boiiyar, Har deman County, Tenn., tor fjur suc cessive weeks, commanding the said (! I). Moouin to appear before me firsome other Justice of the Peaet at iy idlice in the court house n H o; vsf. th f)th civil district in llaide man County, Tenn., on Saturday at noon the Sth day of January 18S, and make defence to said suit against him or it will be proceeded with ex parte. This the Gth of December, D. J. NEWBEBN, J. P. for Hardeman Co. Jesse Noruicnt, A U'y tor Piainti.1 01 1 J lit i V -T r . - J J.A. Wilson has a large stock of Clothing which he will sell at less than Cost. If you want Clothing eome and seo him Tlie London Theatre Company has been playing each night this week at the Opera House to good houses- The performance to-night, to-morrow night, and Saturday evening's matinee, will close their engagement at this place. This company posseses excellent talent, and their performances are lively and entertaining. The musical talent of the company is extraordinary, and their comedies are rendered in tbe most laughable style, A? an evidence of the manner in which this company is appreciated here ,we note the tact that the audiences have grown each night, and the interest in the psrformances is unabated. O l last Frilay night about eight inches of snow fell here, which is very unusual, so early in the sea son. Splendid line of Gents Shirts and Under Wear at J. A. Wilsjn's. Call and see them. Bazaar and Oyster Supper By Ladies of St. James' Guild, at Opera Hout,e, Thursday eyening, Dec 1(J,h at 7 0cll)ck. The decorations will show the Arctic Regions, with Aureraborealis approximately tiue to nature. Abo the Tropics with fruits and flowers. A Japane?e Booth presided over by two Jap ladies, in full evening coi tume, invited ior the purpose, will be lull of intere?ting articles freshly imported from Japan oc elsewhere . Two American Booths, presided over by a bevy of Bolivar beauties, will contain numbers of fancy articles useful and ornamental, which will be sold very cheap. Oyster Bay will be teeming with the freshest of oysters, in inexhaus tible prolusion, and they will be served to all who wish them, by a regular Restaurant Caterer. lhe Doll Table for the children, will be marvellous and a Fish Pond full of all sorts of things, awaits the Juckv fishei man. Admission 10 cents Eyerybody is invited. BY THE- Great Acme Itemedv The Acme trsatment is positive cure for all stages of AL' OIIOLISM, remov ing all cravings of the appetite for spirit oum or malt liquors. It can be taken at home without in er fvring with the social orbnsiness affairs of life, anJ will effect a more speedy and permanent cure than can be derived from a long and expensive course of treatment at inebriate hospitals. The Acme treatment is simple in form and inexpensive, comming within tie means of every unfortunate man or wo man that may haye contracted an appe tite for FtroiiK drink It ! equally potent asa cur for the OPIUM or MORrilINK habit or the xcesive use of narcotics er tobaco For periodical sick headache, nervous ne-s nnd hysteria it standi) unrivalled whan used as wither a preventative or as a cure. In the periods of physical derangements and mutual depression that followed ex cessive drinking, it f-peeddy restores the function of nature, nnd len U a soothing and restful iatlutnoe to th disturbed mind. If the treatm-nti. c.ntinned from J this stage of restoration the desire for i minmlatini: drink will in a brief time be 1 wholly eradic ated. In all can? of mental fatigue, confusion ot tnotitUor c:o a. ted memory, is panic. i .... larlv beneficial anl mod, desirable in its results' It stimulates the intellect leaving hem.nl in a cl.ar an 1 ixhalted state without dp ret-sion of spirits or er indo reaction after its use. It is not a nauseating medicine and nuy Ik- a lministcted in cooling drinks or toed' Its pre-ence cannot be delected by the m.'st acute palatu or fastidious stom- aci.e. if yon do not ti it at vo ir druggist so:id $1.00 by tal order or post a' note to Acme (.' npasiv, Kox 1 11. Kansas (.'it and vou will receive one package of the Acme Honied v in plain .'package, secure from ohs-Tlioii. All le'.U'rs of cmpiiry -ontuiniug stamp new ere J p .rmptiy. L 'j-t-iI d:-J i r- tdr.ivi's'.s a:il'jj a fU CO) (iTl ffil (Ail? : trill i' " fM xd w tJU MJ U EMERSON C. D. Moquin left here last Mon day was a week a;o, stating that ; he was going to Treravant, Tenn., where he had a contract for painting a church. He did not 0 to Treze Tant. and has not been heard of since. lie stated to his workmen here that he would be back the next day. He has skipped the country aud leaves nearly every one with whom be has had any business transaction in the lurch. We un derstand fcl.vuu will not cover what he owes here. One of the meanest thiugs he was guilty of was selling a horse which belonged to Mrs. M. H. Pirtle and running off with the money. He is a paii.t-r by trade, and his conduct here shows him to be an unscrupulous villain. He also swindled a number of young men who were working for him, 1 il. . . J i 1 . r- f tt uy uie uay, oui oi arxi,t $iov. ins creditors attached what he left be hind hi ni, which was not much. &c., for LE SCROFULA I do not bolicvo tliat Aver's Sarsapavilla luis an equal ;is ;i cure for Scrofulous Hu mors. It is pleasant to take, gives strength to tho lody, ami pro duces a more perma nent result than any medicine I ever used. K. Haines, North Lindale, Ohio. I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my family, for Scrofula, ami know, if it is taken faithfully it will thoroughly eradicate this terrihli; disease. W. V. Fowler. M.D., Greenville, Tenn. For forty years I have suffered with Krysipelas. I havo tried various remedies for my complaint, hut, found no relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After taking ten bot tles of tins medicine I am completely cured. M. C. Amcabury, Itockport, Me. I havo Buffered, for years, from Catarrh, which was so severe that it destroyed my appetite, and weak e.nod my system. After trying other remedies, without re lief, I began to tako Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, in a few months, was cured. Susan Ij. Cook, .o Albany St., J5oston, Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Humors, Erysipelas, Canker, and Catarrh, Can be cured by purifying the blood with is superior to anv blood purifier that I ever tried. I have taken it for Scrofula, Canker, and Salt llhcum, ami received much benefit from it. It is good, also, for a weak stomach. Millie Jane l'eircc, S. Bradford, Mass. Aysr's Sarsaparilla, Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mans. Price 81; six bottles, 85. "When Baby was sick, wo T0 her Caatoria, When ho was a Chihl, she crioil for f astoria, When aho became Miss, sho clan; to Castori, When the had Children, aba garo them Caatoria, MALARIA. Twenty-five hundred dozen bot tles of Ague Conqueror ordered in one month. It positively eradicates all Malaria, Fever an 1 Ague, Bilious and Intermittent Fevers in any climate. Read our book of one thousand testimonials. i o n 1. -1 CO "Lb - i. G. G. Green, Dear bin ue villi soon need more Ague Conqueror, It is taking like "hot cakes'' and cotUfurt irn -- Yours ELLIS BROS Fairkieu,Mo., Ang..29, 8G. G. G. Green, Dear Sir: Your Ague Conqueror knocks the Chills and Dumb Ague every time. 1 warrant every bottle and it never tails. I haye cured cases where quinine had no affect what ever. i-j tr ulv, W. II. SHAW &( U X OU A Life Experierioo. Remar'Kablo - tirt Quiclc curee. Trial Pj-f.itaea. Sr.i toiiip for Boolad pc.rticula.rt:. Addrec J Dr. WARD &. CO. Lo'jls:r.n, t,1o. CO lift I TROYAL'PoKoi? J vj 17 (Ts ty 7 ni P3 1 Absolutely Pure. The powder ne ver varies. A niarve of purity, strength and wholesoineness More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powde-s. Sold only in ans. Royal Baking Powher Co., 10G Wall St. X. Y. C U H K "dyspepsia, indigestion, WEAKNESS, CHILLS end FEVERS, MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY TROUBLES, NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. JT is lavljforat. in? end De T gives NEW LIFE to the whole SYSTEM by Strengthening the Muscles.Ton ing theNfc-RVES, ot completely Di gesting the food. ljehtlul to talced and of great value a. A .i .. : .. : (. Women end Chii- dren. t mmrn no hurtful. Minerals, is ccm- posed of carefully: mailed. combined s'-i:l- with asetot hand- fully, making a somecardsbynew Safe and Pleasant Heliotype process Remedy. on receipt of 10 c. For ly nil nrnec'f an'l Ornrer. SliouH th fteUr r.r ti,,t Vi,. a.M IIIKIIIIV. remit &1.U3, au,i fua buttle talll l.tt ff?nt, riiartM .'tii. rairPAU::!! OVI.Y Dr Vo'ina Drug and Chemical Compsny, 11 '.I.TinOltE. K!. V. 8. A. N0N-SE3IDEN0E N0TI3E. In the Cicuit Court of Ilardejiian Coun tv, Tennessee, Armour MeNeal, vs. Jennie MclSeal. Petition for Divorce. In this cause it appears from the petition which is sworn to that the residence of the defendant is imkn.,wn anil after diligent iiquiry cannot bo ascertained. It is therefore ordered that she make her appearance and detenu this cause witfiin the three first davs of the next term ot said court to be held at the court house in Bolivar, on the first Tuesday sifter t he lirst Monday in January, 1887, or the same will he taken for confessed and oro- ceeded with exparte. It is further ordered that a copy ot this order hi published tor four successive weeks in the Bolivar Bulletin, This Cth of November 1880. T. M. XEVYSOM, Clerk. Francis Fentress, Att'y. ADMINI3TRATUES NOTICE. The uudersighed a udin inisti ator of the estate of ft. A. Jones, dee'd. fas this day suggested to the County Court of Hardeman Countv lennessce, t ht insol vency of the estate of R. A. Jones, dee'd. All per-ons having claims against said estate will piove same according to law and file them wit.i the clerk of the said County Court withi.i thct ime required by law or they will be barre in lav and eipi.ty. All i erso is owing said estate wi.l j ay undersigned. This Nov. 4, 188G. S. G. NEFDIIAM, Adm'r. of the estate of i!. A. Jones dee'd, Wood M.-Neal. Att'v. Sick headache is the bane ot lniany ives this annoving complaint may be cured and prevented by the occasional use of Dr. J. II: -McLean s lattle laver ai.d Kidnev Pellets. Thev are pleasant to ake, no larger than a pin head and tu be laditrs' favorite for biliousness, bad taste in the mouth jaundice for leiicorrl.ea uul painful menstruation. Joe a vial. There is nothing qual to th (Jreai Acme Remedy to restore your nerves a t r excessive drinking, and what is still nor creditable to the remedy it will, if used as lirected, destroyed the aj-pc-tite for rum an I stimulating drinks. Exposure to rough weatlu r, getting wot. living in damp localities, arc favorable to the contraction of diseases of lhe kidneys nd bladder. As a preventive, and for the cure, t f all kidnev and livvr troub.e use that valuable remedy, Dr. J. II. Mc Lean's Liver and Kidney Balm. SI. Testimony ot alru?g'st. We are gratified to leport th it Aaron Blaydes, living near this place, and who a !een sufbring with a severe case o. Bl tod Poison, is now well. Ilewascur-.i hv Swift's Specific. lie was blind, and his body was covered with eating sores, Jils snfl'erings were intense, and he seemed on the verge mine mgian mo, .o.o had made every . reparation to goto"'t!::d lM)iime from whence no traveler returns.' W'e furni.-hed him w ith a supply of Swift's Spec-hie, an.l he is now well. Truly yours, T. Cavi.x & Co., DrusiiUts, Atlanta, Texas, Sept, 18Sf. A t.'o'deii Opinien I have used your Specific in a number ot cases in the Ht twelve months, always fnivling goixi results, At present I haye a pttieiii, in my charge who has a cancer I am treating biol on S.'.ilt Sj evitie ah ne ami believe it wtliVHtct a -ri!i:iuei t cure and can safely rocoiiiuie.id -1 it to ths? , 1.11 t liilii- a b-mg on ol lae i si 0100.1 t;i,TS I nave ever ir.e;i( Vi . s. I ,,,l.I.r'. WorthviH, iC V 1.; 1 i, 1 M. I). Treat i on niiih-1 free The Swills Ga. 1;1 ni i an i sici'i iis 'a-. : lie Co Dr Ath EJ tttYYYYYYYYYYYYI MM U U Ci M T A I MR' A RriUVnltna P1V3 by leadine physicians, tell- j 1T0IT-EESIDENT NOTICE. S R. 11, Walton, et als. vs. Alexander! . Kanisev, Mr. Sarah Farriss, John II. Ramsey, A. J. McDowell and wife Mary j McDowell. Hal I lines. Mrs. Lucv Cietr; i Mrs. Sally Tucker. IVtitionto partition lands, No, liSo1 R I). It appearing to the undersigned clerk of the County Court f Hardeman County, Tcnne'-see, from the petition which is sworn to that ddei:dants Alexan der Ramsey, Sarah Farris, .John II. Ram sey, A. J. MeDowcli and wife Mary McDowell, Hal Mines, Lucy George, and Sally Tucker are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, it is hereby ordered l hat publication be made in tiie IJoliyar liulle'iin a newspaper published in loii var, Tennessee, for f uir successive weeks req uiring the said defendants to enter their appearance in above stated cause in the (.'tiuty Court of iardemau County, Tennessee, by or within the first three days of the December term, ISSGof said court, ami dclend said petition or the same will he taken for confessed as to them and set fur hearing' ex parte. Nov. od, lS.So. YV. YV. FAKLKY, C. A M. Wood & McNcal Siilicito--!. Persons who lead a lite ot exposure are subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbago and will find a valuabl-. remedy in Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini ment, it will banish pain aud mbd.ie in ilainniati.i J-ar better than the harsh treatment of medicines which horribly gripe tho patient and destroy the coating ot tlu stomach li l II AIT ..I'll , rr.j. ii. .ucieair.s v.niiis and fever One, by n.ild yet eflective action will cure. Sold at ;"-0 cents a bold . WARD'S WOES. Maxky's, Ga., January, 18SG. . For twel vt or fourteen years I hare been a great suflere f; oni a terrible fo: m of blood poison which ran into tile secon dary, and finally it was pronounced a tertiary form. My head, face and shoul ders became almost a mass of corruption and finally the disease commenced eating away niy skull boms, 1 became so hor ribly reuulsive that for three years I ab solutely refused to let people ste me. I used large quantities of most noted Hood remedies and applied to nearly nil physi cians near me, b.it my condition continu e 1 to grow worse, and all said that I inusl surely die. My bones became the seat of excruciating aches and pains ; my nights were passed in misery; 1 was reduced m lit sli and strength; my kidneys were terri bly derarged, and life became a burden to me. I chanced to see an advertisement of B.B.B. and sent one dollar to V, C. Birch more it C'o, merchants of our place, and thev procured one bottle for me. It was used with decided benefit, and when eight or ten bottles hail bten used I was pro nounced sound and we'l. Hundreds of scars can now bo seen on me, looking li ice a man w ho had been burned and then restored. My case was well known in this county, and for the benefit of others who may be similarly affected, I think it my duty to piye the tacts to the public, and to extend my heartfelt thanks for so valuable a remedy I have been well over twelve months, and no return ol the disease has occurred. ROBEKT WARD. Maxey's, Ga., Jan. 188(5. We, the un signed know .v.r, Iiobert Ward, and take pleasure in saying that the facts :diovi stated by him are true, and that I. is w j.s one of lhe worst cases of B'ood Poison w. ever knew it. our county and he lias been cured by the use of B.B.B, Botanic Blood Balm. A. 'J', Biightwell, Merchant W. C Birchinore iV Co., Merchants. J. II. Brightwtll, John T. Hart, W. Jl. Daniob.-il. M. 1 All who desire full ndormation ahou :he cause and cine t f Blood l'oi ons Son f ul i an d Scroftilou.s elli 114s, I" leers, 8u t s, Khciim.itism, Kid .ey t onq l.-tMits, Catarrh, etc., can secure by mad, l'i e, a copy of our .'52 i.ige I Ihirlrated Booii of Wonders, tilled with ih- most woicKifii; and startling proof ever before known. Address. BLO ) D BA L .1 C( ). Atlanta Cc A. F. Stin- 011, & Son. DEALERS JN Italian Head Stones and Monuments. GRAND JUNCTION, : TENN. Ko Ag 'iits. Send them youi orders an save Agents Connnissndis o-2l -ly. I) 2i,S. DICKSON. Dentist & Surgeon, iEoiivar, Tcnn- Will be found at his office day and night. Notice made of appoint men ts in the country. fEAKUNDEVELOPED f. Ki's nf thi-lf tJM AN KOIIV KM.KOKI).l)hVKI Oi'l-.O. S i 1: '-, Xi 111 i-:N 1-. P.hlc, is mi i ntiT'ti i rta wf yprtr ti c nti run in i ir I .at. r. la r...i y lo i nn i- rii wri 1 1 -uy t lia' tlieTii i nfi -viilwiirn of liuimiun Bl.Q'1' i.Iiik. tin tlw .t.'iMry,tl...Hjiyr'i.r hi" y.ry h i 'l h t iiTTir 1 1 1 f 1 Tf. t'"i n-rnnv iti ;iy Kt I . t t;ir.-iilr HJ . ' 1 1 i.fit-; i : 'i i ;' r h, l.y ftt.l r-iiris I Buciikn'j Aral ;i Slvc. Tao brst salve a th.- w rid I or C its Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, S ilt Klicum, Fe r Sore", Tetter, Chupped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Sm Eruption:-, and pos' tively euros Pile, or no p ly requited It is guaranteed to give peib ct satisfaction or money ref'in lo 1. Pricu cuts pci x. For s.dj by Savage & Emer-on. If you sufh-r pricking pains 0.1 moving lhe t-'ves, r cannot b.-ar briglit ligin, .. . i';iid 'yo"1' si,lt UL':,k !""' f -v",' sioul'd prompdv use Dr. J.Jf. Mci. an'. S rengtluning EveSjIv. --:: "er li.r. Many foruC thai the 'nair nnd scaly I ed cle sing Ext nxive ile t Ayer' 1 air ViVor his rov. n tn-.t it is the bc-t c'- atisi ig agent lor the liair t iat i'. pic v rs 1 in ii nil and stimulates .tha hair to reatw.-d growth. T.u re are many a ccidents and di-eams which atl ct stoi k nnd -.oi-o wr'ous 111 C inveiiiei.c. and loss to th.- farmer in bin wc.ik, vhich mav 1 qulcl.lv r. i.icdied by the lhe v.:- of Dr. J. i'-Mcle an's Vid-.ni i- Oil Lioi.o. r.t. Thou anJ of people su!T r wi'di back :.che, in.; knowiaj liiat in m .-l ca.-c, it i, a s nipioni of diwa-id kibu-js ail I liver, which tli-ur- and 1 tioli can-.e.l heal. The best an i a:'-"t remedy is Dr. J.I1. 1 an's Lis : r and Kidney Balm. .-ri.'.U p. r hot;!.. Iu ii.iv.uic- of ih ick.y s.-nson rend-r vonr-flt O'-p cgi.a.'lc, .i n,;i!,i,d .itmo here or xu.;'d.-n chanc .f N u jrratuie i' t ra-;-'!'t with danger, i.re. Dr. J. II. lc j items re nw'HiPo t ' h ii lal and Blood uidi-r. v 1 Xl 1 ir 1 cid.-. "ri-.-3rt'-.i -vA fiKej &j&d s;. :l lv3 t'i mq m yu M n E : i mi w$ wk W kii 1 $th ' .gL .JP r$i fmJf pH . ,. ,,,,1- . . k . !.-.; -n-n-s. 1 o - , - ?t ... i V i, I - - : .-i.-i ' . ' , I rf X - vv . . m.. ' - -. .i,". i I J n - r --. i ' . - i-.r.-. . . . .... . j ' ..STaT. , ... .V. ,V'J ' r HAHrtiT a . W ' s - y.- si'iji-jif -X, - . 1 -t.. -4 m&i 1 'i . i, HAS JUST RECEIVED A LAIiC-E STOCK O? Cooking aad Heating Sto7ts, Coa iky KoIIct; Ware. Eca Froas, oaiooiiiing irons, Laaps, Cail Oil, Well B ic'tcls, waier Eucl'ts, Bifiers, Trays, Cofloe Mills; wash Vabs, Fire Liic els, Tcng, Bod Smokers, Eird Cages, Ear'c Viie, Mcwlnc tlachincc, and u large slock of flood Home 3Iatie 'i isiwarc, which i will soli for a small Profil. jli ii lAmnir win V7ATCHMAEEE and JEWELER, AND DEALER IN l!oimriii Promptly at BOLIVAR, : J. II. JONES. TAlJiT7y "FT Wholesale cind tap le and Fresh Meals Always on Maud. OVfill PAID FOU COUNTI5V BOLIVAR, WOODLAND ACADEM O Fi:UI 31. 3IAL0NI PriiK-ipal. Tin's iSclm.H, tvnifli is intdidt d t o i w. ....... I 1 .. I : ... 1 , I . . i. ..nil .11,11 MMiiii: i.iiiii .-. is H.i.iu'ii :-ii , litth town, mi the M. it C. Ii K. , .r;7 cultured soeioiv nnd tin- moitilitv of -ions and t'oiiilurtable tnick biilhlui i.s now beiu i;-;i lived :uu hcAiitified. TUITION: Vvlutanj $2 jwr mouth; I ' iu jta niiui-i .)';;, Cofr;n'aic, $-1; Jlnsir, $!; Hoard, $S hi Acn!ir.j "cr r's: H'i rate fa in Hie. Fall Term cam ii3 n j hrptcir.l.tcr 0, 1880, term pons January J, IStw. For ftirtlicr iiifui malion iidilivs.-- Uie I'llnci, :il. t?i'J Xi y9' Ttie riH J'.kA Kl &L1CK,:; ! wn-.nl, ,1 w .n ", u; t v 111 if J""' 6't " M i f(l . His turd-nt ri.imi. 1 u l-naia.l, Sl.li HIM 14 a r""'" I H"i ( E i i m-S TJ fV covei ii th., Hitfru .-u!tl!. lu-wj.ro .)Mmtt.tl! in. K on y n .iIua v?li ta.mt Hi" "r Ith tl XJ U 11 Mrnnrl" trn.l Ir.f-H. I!!ustrtt Cl'-iln-un Iih. A . J. I "-.-r. I;.,.t..li . IJn.fc V. B. Til LA The Old Reliable Jeweler, 2(55 Main Street, TOONE INSTITUTE Will open its Fall Term ;n the Second Monday in August, 18Ktr. TUITION $2 to$f per inoufi!. SSOAilDS per month So (it-duct ion in luilion cxr-cid in r;.i; d ndi nclcd i. U.-ii'-.i'. Inslrur- tiniis ll.i ruu-h, ili-'-ijiliiii nil) ! i'tit firm, H ! ! tll pi-fd,..' ' ,, r'iii.u.i ndv7im.-.', h.-alti.li 1 iM'UMiiu.iii v. I). (!-.; in-' "f " ' d mor s rc -i v; -5 si-::ii . 1 1 1 1 1 1 " i . . 'l int s-i Ikh.1 i.- I'm ni.-ii-d i I a twenty dol t , ,,!k lour li vi-. ilu I;ir l ir:l liical inajis. .VUt t'.-. l'::v. idged Dicti ,,A,y -J..! ins-.n's ('ycloj 13 li:i. W tiling ..ird., f.ei ved any l.nni. x ir luniiti iidoMiifii.mi :in.ii -wsf, T. S. AiINTi:ii, Priii. 'J()(;NJ:, Tl'N ST JAMS SHALL C 3 .1 A tf. TIO.N?!'. MISS II. L. TOTTi-JN, Frineipal A Boardintr un 1 D.y Hciii-ol fur yfiiinjj ia llo-. T!i'' lirxil yeny j dividsd ntr t'.vo terms f twi-nty wi-i-ks rucii.J j'l lie t Jliri.-j!in: t-mi Ij0.::in on llm ciiid Momhiy in S.'it:mh-r ; i!um iU r U rm the '. Monday on, or warl '.liefit.-t of IViituiv. I'nrlii-ttiar n ttoi. i ion i v 11 lo lhe eul(i nUon -t jle":iiil ni:iniu-r, in mldil i"ti to invuj inn lir-clutil t ra i 1 1 i -. 5U-)i.-iir a lv.inta-( for ill': htudy ( f iftni.r, Ii:i.in and rainting iiiJ r , t i : , . :..' . I C tt i !l. !). ,Y. I1UG1IKS, I. - .-Tr -ry'ir v-' rc? t I i - -- ... . . K!"1" . , ; A. A i ; fx L'"fc:',-yvlY.w V'i Ti"ii -t i..f.. 4 J i T . v .f . w. '. ' J 0 l'( ll : 1 NOTIOKS, ETC. at UsnsoinL : e. m. jo:: ns 1TD A TITl 11 WT) ctail TcrJcrs In Fancy Erocerie rHODITCK. .'ive ;i I'li.itic.-il K!ik a I inn to vcpi-rr - i i " ', ai I. si. ! i:v. a 1 . 1 -: i s :i 1 1 1 mk d'i. pn.Ktit urn. miles l i mn ils pcoii'c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; I . no ted br Tiie A CM i! lil - ;i ( o:n itc Sprii?: D- 17 ? Mn m Ha m Waterproof m rl4 m final A V A. Schoid .Journ;il.., vu. t i.j.i.i r- 1 j - il O 1 1 j'.p-.l it,- j 2" Done.